About National Teams

The country’s best athletes earn the honor to represent Team USA at international competitions as a member of the US Squash National Team. US Squash selects, organizes and funds these teams, oversees team development and training, and provides direct financial support to the best American athletes.

US Squash serves as the only national governing body and membership organization for the sport in the United States, driving squash forward at every level, from grassroots to high performance programs. National Team players embody a core element of US Squash’s mission: “achieving competitive excellence at the highest levels.”

Amanda Sobhy to Face World No. 1 Gohar in Egyptian Open Semifinals

Team USA's Amanda Sobhy will face world No. 1 Nouran Gohar in a second consecutive semifinal appearance at the CIB Egyptian Open after defeating Wales' world No. 18 Tesni Evans at one of the sport's most iconic locations next to the Pyramids Thursday, September 22, in Cairo. After avenging her recent loss against Nour El Tayeb in Houston in the third round Wednesday, Sobhy moved from Club S to the glass court set up next...

Amanda Sobhy and Fiechter to Contest Egyptian Open Quarterfinals by the Pyramids

Team USA's Amanda Sobhy and Olivia Fiechter will compete on one of the sport's most iconic stages next to the Pyramids of Giza as they contest the CIB Egyptian Open quarterfinals Thursday and Friday, September 22-23, in Cairo. The PSA Platinum men's and women's tournament opened up with the first three rounds of play held at Cairo's Club S with matches shifting to the glass court by the Pyramids from the quarterfinals onwards. Watch all...

US Squash Junior High Performance Program Announced

Train, Learn and Connect in Pursuit of our Goal of "Always on the Podium" US Squash has announced an exciting new program for aspiring members of Team USA. For the first time, the High Performance Program (HPP)—which until now has only included the top adult professionals of Team USA—will now invite junior players in the U15, U17, and U19 age divisions to four training sessions at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center over the course...

Phil Leis Turns Ninety

From Squash MagazineBy Noel Rubinton Last October, as he approached his ninetieth birthday, Phil Leis knew exactly where he wanted to be that milestone day—on...

Book Review: BIG DATA

From Squash MagazineOne of the benefits of the U.S. Open arriving at Drexel University in 2011 has been a myriad of interactions between the...